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What is the #1 invasive cancer of the female genital tract?
endometrial cancer
What are the major HPV types that are associated with cervical intraepithelial neoplasms?
16, 18, 30s, 40s, 50s
Are endometrial polyps considered to be precancerous?
nope
Chocolate cysts on the ovary along with dyspareunia, dysmenorhea, and dyschezia should make you think what?
endometriosis
What type of hydatitiform mole is formed from multiple sperm fertilizing 1 ovum?
incomplete hydatitiform mole
What benign breast tumor is more common in young women and is a single, sharply circumscribed, mobile stromal tumor?
fibroadenoma
What benign breast tumor is more common in older women, and grows rapidly into a log shape?
phylloides tumor
What is the most common malignant breast cancer?
invasive ductal carcinoma
What makes lobular carcinoma in situ of the breast so bad?
can't detect on mammogram or palpate. if it invades, has high met rate. often bilateral
What type of breast cancer is spiculated, usually receptor positive, and usually occurs in the late 40's?
tubular carcinoma
What two breast cancers are associated with spiculated density on mammogram?
invasive ductal and tubular
What disease is Koplick's spots often the first sign of?
measles
What part of the stomach does chronic gastritis part B affect?
antrum
What is the most common colonic polyp?
hyperplastic polyp
Inflammatory colon polyps are most common in what disease?
ulcerative colitis
Do the hamartomatous polyps assoc. with Peutz-Jeghers syndrome usually become cancerous?
no! there is an increase risk for other cancers including colon cancer though
Is Lynch syndrome associated with cancers other than colon?
yes many others
What two pain medication drugs are considered to have a protective effect against colon cancer?
NSAIDS and aspirin
Is diverticulosis associated with bleeding?
yes because the blood vessels are now more exposed
Is there bleeding associated with diverticulitis?
no because bacteria block off the blood vessels
Which IBD has the highest risk of colon cancer?
UC
more bleeding, less pain is associated with which IBD?
UC
What test is considered the screening stool test for malabsorbtion?
Sudan III
anti-endomysial and anti-reticulum Abs are associated with which autoimmune disease?
Celiac
What are pigment gallstones?
made of bilirubin most commonly from hemolysis
Is alkaline phosphatase elevated in cholelithiasis?
no. all labs are normal
What is the autoantibody associated with primary biliary cirrhosis?
anti-mitochondrial
What is the general definition of a sacral shear?
the sacral base is more posterior or anterior unilaterally
What is the most common type of sacral shear?
unilateral anterior sacral shear
Is a forward sacral torsion pain exacerbated by forward bending or backward bending?
pain exacerbated by backward bending
Does the pain associated with a backward sacral torsion get worse with forward bending or backward bending?
gets worse with forward bending